Wrong doings are created by good intentions
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I am proposing a debate. A debate which is somewhat trivial but interesting. I agree with the idea that wrong doings are mostly created with the intention of being good/ doing something good.
so yeah, if anybody is interested , you're more than welcome to rebuke my statement.
I am arguing that the wrong doings are most often intentionally created to be wrong doings.
I agree this is trivial but interesting.
- rebuttal stated
Anyway, I am going to use your principles but rebut them. Stealing. When someone in a HIC commits a robbery is it still OK? You are taking from an innocent person although you, usually, have a decent life and do not need to commit these crimes. It's greed. Think about all the people in the UK and USA who are on expensive drugs like heroin and cocaine. To get these drugs they will rob innocent people of their money to get their drug which is not a necessity. Where is the good intention in that? They are getting harmful drugs, for harmful means ( not just to themselves but others), by harmful means - theft.
Now, since this statement just goes in a loop, let me ask you this. What is the nature of survival? is it good or bad? Just simply answer that.
The nature of survival is not either in my opinion. To survive, you struggle and fight and the strongest wins or in humans case the cleverest wins. I do not believe that survival is a 'good intention' but I believe it's a strong instinct. I also believe that animals in nature, and indeed humans, will kill in COLD BLOOD to get a better life for themselves, which again is greed. I believe that most wrong doings are created by greed. Granted, there are exceptions but in the end why do domesticated cats kill? This is a wrong doing but they do it because it's in their nature and they want to kill little, harmless mammals. That's not a 'good intention' its just instinct and so my point resounds; wrong doings are created by greed and/or instinct. Another example could be the fox hunting in the UK. Every year in the UK around 6,000 foxes are killed (Defra - http://tinyurl.com...) and this is a COLD BLOODED massacre. This has no good intentions towards the fox where, eventually, the wrong doings will occur. The majority of wrong doings are not started as good intentions, just out of greed, instinct and pleasure.
anyway, to end this debate, all I want to state is this : Every decision we make is often the result of our instinct. And since that the judgement of what is good and right is subjective and differs from other peoples view. In my point of view, most of our decisions are in good intentions, whether to provide for ourselves, our families or friends.
there, to conclude my losing argument. Hope that we can do this again! Take Care my opponent!
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